anaglyph


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anaglyph

[′an·ə‚glif]
(graphic arts)
A stereogram in which the two views are printed or projected superimposed in complementary colors, usually red and blue; by viewing through filter spectacles of corresponding complementary colors, a stereoscopic image is formed.
A surface worked in low relief.

anaglyph

An embellishment carved or chased in low relief. Also see bas-relief.
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PHILADELPHIA -- Comcast, one of the nation's leading providers of entertainment, information and communication products and services, today announced that The Final Destination, the fourth film in the occult-horror franchise, is now available On Demand exclusively in anaglyph 3D and HD the same day as the DVD release and Blu-ray release.
Like Sharits's closely related works Axiomatic Granularity (1973) and Apparent Motion (1975), it was made by magnifying and optically printing film grain with the aid of color filters; but unlike them, it uses the anaglyph process to exaggerate the parallax effect that results.
As production designer (a role he had only recently added to his long list of tasks), Rodriguez selectively reduced his color palette to those colors that worked well in anaglyph, favoring purple, yellow, and light orange over bright red, blue, and green.
An interesting aspect of this work is a section of color plates in the center that present anaglyph color format examples of some of the issues discussed.
com)-- Anaglyph 3D glasses rely on the use of stereoscopic images and multiple filters to create their three-dimensional product.
A projection method to generate anaglyph stereo images.
In recent years, the number of films shot in or converted to 3-D has increased significantly, as has the status of individual films that make use of digital 3-D and anaglyph 3-D formats.
This crater sits on top of at least three older craters, the largest of which is 100 km wide and dominates the whole top left half of the 2D and 3D anaglyph images.
The stimulus used in the Binocular Rivalry Test (Aznar Casanova, 2010) consists of an anaglyph image with two gratings, one oriented vertically and the other horizontally, which, when observed from a 60-cm distance, subtend a 4[degrees]-visual angle on the retina.
Risley prism, anaglyph, or vectograph) or of changing the stimulus parameters; and variations in lighting, as well as the detail of instructions and the level of motivational support provided to the patient during the evaluation [30,42,50].
The software meets nearly all needs of handling with 3D movies and now supports the mainstream five 3D modes: Anaglyph 3D; Side by Side (Half-Width) 3D; Side by Side (Full) 3D; Top and Bottom (Half-Height) 3D; and Top and Bottom (Full) 3D.